Companies

Apr 25, 2016

AAL

AAL is a privately owned New Zealand company that provides a range of services and equipment for defence, other government departments and commercial industry.
Apr 25, 2016
The principal activity of the Air New Zealand Group is the operation of domestic and international passenger transport and cargo.
Apr 25, 2016
CES Communications Ltd. specialises in designing and developing communications security solutions for a wide range of applications.
Apr 25, 2016
Owned by a partnership called Pratt & Whitney Air New Zealand Services, and trading as Christchurch Engine Centre (CHCEC), the company is situated at Christchurch International Airpo
Apr 25, 2016
Operating since 1987, Covertex is a world-leading producer of rapidly deployed structures and products.
Apr 25, 2016
CPE Systems are specialists in developing custom designed Automated Test Equipment (ATE), Real Time Data Acquisition, Structural and Condition Monitoring, and Vision Systems.
Apr 25, 2016
Throughout New Zealand and around the world, equipment manufactured and constructed by Cuddon Ltd. is known for its reliability and innovative design.
Apr 25, 2016
Eagle Technology Group is a privately held New Zealand systems integration and information management company established since 1969.
Apr 25, 2016
Established in 1950, Electropar PLP is a leading provider of electrical engineering solutions for the Australasian electrical transmission and distribution, defence and industrial sector
Apr 25, 2016
Established in 2010, Ignition Networks was created around the premise that “communication should be possible” whatever the circumstance.
Apr 25, 2016
Lexel is an ICT company that is made up of 'best of breed' capability pillars that customers take individually or together as a complete solution.
Apr 25, 2016
At the heart of the Mace Group of Companies is a passion for quality and a commitment to innovation which began 60 years ago, with founder Bill Mace.
Apr 25, 2016
Marops is a wholly New Zealand owned ISO 9001 certified technology company specialising in interactive 2D and 3D graphics, training and technical projects.
Apr 25, 2016
Martin Aircraft Company is the maker of the innovative Martin Jetpack. With its patented technology, the Martin Jetpack is poised to alter the dynamics of aviation.
Apr 25, 2016
MAS Zengrange Ltd. supplies world class military equipment proven during operational use in over 45 countries, across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. MAS Zengrange Ltd.
Apr 25, 2016
McKay, was established in 1936 and is a multi-disciplined electro technology company providing superior industrial and marine services.
Apr 25, 2016
Navicom Dynamics are global specialists in precision orientation technology and monitoring systems, based in Auckland, New Zealand.
Apr 25, 2016
Safe Air is an aviation maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO), design and manufacturing business with capability for engines, airframes and components.
Apr 25, 2016
Strategic Sourcing is a specialist consulting firm focusing on delivering practical “End to End” Supply Chain solutions across multiple industries.
Apr 25, 2016
Talbot Technologies is a world class technical injection moulding and thermoforming company established in 1972.

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This is the first Defence White Paper in over a decade. It is a comprehensive document, which balances the Government's policy objectives, the strategic outlook, and the fiscal context. The White Paper reflects the Defence Assessment which was earlier prepared by the Secretary of Defence. It has been shaped by extensive Ministerial consideration, and informed by public and academic consultation, and by the views of an independent advisory panel.

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This Statement of Intent sets out a new Four Year Excellence Horizon and priorities for the Ministry of Defence. It sets higher levels of ambition for the Ministry, following delivery on a significant period of activity and organisational reforms across the last three years. I also describes how the Ministry will deliver improvements to the defence capability management system, as a result of the Government’s $27.1 million investment in the Ministry in Budget 2015. Moreover, it also takes into account changes to the Ministry’s strategic environment identified in the Defence White Paper 2016.

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This work sets the basis for the Ministry’s planned achievement over the next four years, which is expressed through our five strategic directions:

  1. Defence decisions keep pace with the dynamic security environment; and New Zealand contributes to and benefits from successful defence relationships.
  2. Capability advice balances policy, capability and cost, and establishes the true risk and cost of projects early.
  3. Major military equipment is acquired on time and delivers against the Government’s intentions.
  4. The defence agencies successfully manage a period of change and reform.
  5. The Ministry becomes sustainable and resilient.

Source: http://defence.govt.nz

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This leaflet (PDF) summarises the strategy of the NZDF, till 2035. It gives a brief description of the Strategic Environment, analyses the combat capability of NZDF in short and long term, describes the defined strategic objectives and priorities of the NZDF, and makes some judgements in term of affordability of the Defence Force. Finally, the direction of the NZ Joint Defence Force is presented shortly, and its organisational alignment is outlined.

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The Minister of Defence is responsible for all of the appropriations in Vote Defence and most of the appropriations in Vote Defence Force. The Minister of Veterans’ Affairs is responsible for slightly less than $137 million of the total vote. The appropriations sought for Vote Defence in 2016/17 increase by 19 percent to $278.9 million, from estimated actual spending of $233.99 million in 2015/16. The rise is mainly because of an increase in non-departmental expenditure on capital equipment, which the ministry purchases for, and on behalf of, the New Zealand Defence Force. The total appropriations sought for Vote Defence Force increase by 19 percent to $3.417 billion in 2016/17, from estimated actual spending of $2.882 billion in 2015/16. This rise is mainly for building Defence Force capability.

Source: https://www.parliament.nz

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